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Box 16

 Container

Contains 46 Results:

Camelot (2 Folders) : Book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner (Based on "The Once and Future King" by T.H.White). Music by Frederick Lowe. Various productions (1961 - 2003) starring Richard Burton, Julie Andrews, Roddy McDowall, Robert Coote, Robert Goulet, John Cullum, M'el Dowd, Bruce Yarnell, Michael Allinson, Leigh Beery, Don Stewart, Richard Harris, Andy McAvin, James Valentine, Meg Bussert, Richard Muenz, Richard Backus, Christine Ebersole, James Warwick, Jeff Sult, Tony Domenech, George Hearn, Melville Cooper, Bob Roman, Alice Beardsley, Jack Washburn, Kathryn Grayson, Louis Hayward, Arthur Treacher, William Squire, Michael Clarke-Laurence, Janet Pavek, Helena Scott, Paul Daneman, Elizabeth Larner, Brent Barrett, Matt Bogart, George S. Irving, Rock Hudson, Carol Lawrence, Ron Husmann, Victor Buono, Arthur Malet, Patricia Kies, Steve Blanchard, James Valentine, Vanessa Shaw, etc. Original 1961 production directed by Moss Hart and choreographed by Hanya Holm. Songs include: "Camelot," "The Lusty Month of May," "How To Handle a Woman," "If Ever I Would Leave You," etc.

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Cameo Kirby : "A Romance of Louisiana in the Early 30s" by Booth Tarkington and Henry Leon Wilson. Various productions (1911) starring Ralph Kellard, Ernest Joy, Henry Hull, Violet Reed, Wilbur Higby, Joe J. Woods, etc.

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Camera : "The Story of a Good Egg" by Helen Baxter and Ralph Murphy. Produced at the Wieting Opera House (Syracuse - 1929) starring Ralph Murphy, Helen Baxter, Donn Cook, Frank Wilcox, Directed by Ralph Murphy

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Camilla The Amazon : or "The Mountain Robber" produced at the Strand Theatre (London - 1817). Billed with "Jamie of Aberdeen" and "The Dinner of Madelon"

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Camille - A Tearjerker : Book by Charles Ludlam. Various productions (1975 - 1990) by The Ridiculous Theatrical Company starring Carl Clayborn, James Eckerle, Eureka, H.M. Koutoukas, John D. Brockmeyer, Jack Mallory, Charles Ludlam, George Osterman, Stephen Sterne, Black-Eyed Susan, Robert Reddy, Lola Pashalinski, Robert Beers, Bill VEhr, Richrad Currie, etc. Directed by Everett Quinton and Charles Ludlam

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Camino Real : Book by Tennessee Williams. Various productions (1953 - 70) starring Eli Wallach, Jo Van Fleet, Hurd Hatfield, Barbara Baxley, Frank Silvera, Henry Silva, Nehemiah Persoff, Martin Balsam, Charles Grunwell, Beverly Younger, Dorothy Conrad, Austin Pendleton, Skip Hinnant, Raymond Ross, Diana Wynyard, Harry Andrews, Denholm Elliott, Victor Buono, Jose Perez, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Priscilla Pointer, Sylvia Syms, Susan Tyrrell, Arnold Soboloff, Al Pacino, Paul Benjamin, Philip Bosco, Jessica Tandy, Johnny Ray McGhee, etc. Original 1953 production directed by Elia Kazan

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Campiello, Il : Book by Carlo Goldoni (English version by Susanna Graham-Jones and Bill Bryden). Produced at The Olivier Theatre (London - 1976) starring Morag Hood, Beryl Reid, Patti Love, Stephen Rea, John Gill, etc. Directed by Bill Bryden

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Can You Hear Me at The Back? : Book by Brian Clark. Produced at the Piccadilly Theatre, London (1979) starring Peter Barkworth, Hananh Gordon, Stephanie Beacham, Michael Maloney and Edward Hardwicke. Directed by Barry Davis

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011

Canary, The : "A Musical Comedy in Three Acts" by Georges Barr and Louis Verneuil. Music by Ivan Caryll, Irving Berlin and others. Produced at various theatres (1919) starring Julia Sanderson, Joseph Cawthorn, Harland Dixon, James Doyle, etc. Directed by Fred Latham and Edward Royce. Songs include: "You're So Beautiful," "That Little German Band," "I Have Just One Heart," "That's What Men Are For," etc.

 File — Box: 16
Scope and Content From the Collection: The Theatre Playbill and Program Collection is the largest area of acquisition in the Belknap Collection for the Performing Arts with approximately 9500 individual play titles stored in 111 archival boxes. Each folder contains promotional and program ephemera for various productions (professional and amateur) dating from the late 18th century to the present. The collection continues to grow with new purchases and donations. Each entry in the finding guide is listed alphabetically...
Dates: 1787-2011